January 2nd 2019, New York Times

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1980s-'90s N.F.L. great Ronnie
Abbr. on a remote
Actor Morales of 'The Brink'
An assistant might take one
Ancient arts venue
Barren
___ Beach, Calif
Bespectacled canine of comics
Big brand of petrol
Big name in laptops
Black-and-white mammals
Boarding pass datum
'Bye!'
*Cocktail fork
*Dessert fork
Draw (out)
Estate sharer
Fashion accessory that may be six feet long
Fictional boy who rafted down the Mississippi
Figure on a résumé, in brief
*Fish fork
Flashlight inserts, perhaps
Follower of yes or no in the military
*Fruit fork
Genre of the band Less Than Jake
Gloomy atmosphere
'Got it!'
Haberdasher's array
'Heavens to Murgatroyd!'
Idiotic
India ___
It ends rather spookily: Abbr
Kosher bakery no-no
Last ruler of the United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway
Leslie in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
Like envelope flaps
Loos
Makeshift
Makeshift shelter
Mess up
Monk known as 'The Father of English History'
'Mr. Robot' network
No longer interested in
Often-prewritten news article, for short
Partner of wide
Prefix with musicology
Preschool group?
Pride parade letters
Regret
Relatives of kingfishers
Relatives of puffins
Rest ___
River originating in Pittsburgh
Russia, once
*Salad fork
Security guard's viewing, for short
Shoe part
Soldier's topper
Some rock coverings
Stop on a trip
Subject of some youth sports fraud
Swapped
The Cards, on scoreboards
They can be saturated
They might go viral
Toot one's own horn
TV's Don Draper, for one
Unrealized
Upsilon follower
Vice president who became ambassador to Japan
___ Village (Manhattan neighborhood)
Well, in old Rome
What Buddha is said to have meditated under
What inventions start as
Wide-eyed sort
Wide shoe spec
Wind tunnel currents
'Yikes!'